Whenever we are recounting Abbie’s shenanigans, the tale always begins with, “This dog….” Expect to see many more posts with this title, because this dog is full of it.
Today we will be taking an introspective look at her collective photo-bombing works. Abbie takes the phrase ‘constantly underfoot’ to a profound new level. The following photos, though some might look staged, are all examples of moments when I was photographing something else all together, and this dog wound up in, or deliberately settled into, the shot.
Photo of the chickens….and Abbie.
A photo of the bench and arbor, and not only did she get in the shot, she jumped her white butt up into the bench so that she was most definitely in the shot.
Trying to take a photo of Lake Arrowhead without Abbie in it. Fail.
A good place for a nap while I’m shooting the stairs.
Taking a pic of the garden gate. And Abbie.
An unintended prop for staging photos.
Photo of my nephew. And Abbie.
Trying to take a shot of the striped rug for the website. She bombed it mid-yawn.
Taking photos of the new exterior lights on my mom’s house at night. Upon later inspection, the bomb revealed itself.
Trying to shoot the quilt. Yawn-bomb again.
Can’t have a photo of the stairs without Abbie in it. Apparently.
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